Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Politics

Goldman Sachs' Vladimír Dlouhý to run for presidency as independent

Czech Position |
26 June 2012

The former minister of industry and trade must know he stands no chance of getting to Prague Castle, so why is he going forward?

Czech representative to EU: Two-speed Europe no longer taboo

aktuálně.cz |
14 June 2012

With the end of the EU debt crisis nowhere in sight, the term "two-speed Europe" is no longer a taboo for the bloc's leaders, Czech Republic'st Representative to the EU Milena Vicenová told Aktualne.cz.

MPs pass bill on direct presidential elections campaign spending

Czech Position |
14 June 2012

The draft law will now go to the upper house, the Senate, were it is also expected to pass by a comfortable majority.

Ex-deputy culture minister files complaint over murky deals at Prague State Opera

Czech Position |
12 June 2012

Former deputy culture minister Radek Zdráhal has filed charges over alleged irregularities in the Prague State Opera's books.

Ex-Prague district mayor exits energy group PRE in grand style

Czech Position |
11 June 2012

Former Prague 5 Mayor Milan Jančík, under suspicion of corruption, gets CZK 2.2 million bonus from Pražská energetika.

Czech MPs strip David Rath of immunity

Czech Position |
6 June 2012

Ex-Central Bohemia governor David Rath has accused the government of framing him as part of a political vendetta.

Okamura to run for Czech Senate as independent

Czech Position |
5 June 2012

Tomio Okamura, a popular public figure, to run for the upper house of Parliament from Zlín, where his mother is from.

Klaus shuns Rio summit

Prague Post |
1 June 2012

Instead, climate change skeptic hosts pro-fossil fuel meeting

Gov't has plan for Greek collapse

Prague Post |
1 June 2012

Nečas talks contingency for increasing eurozone turmoil

Is Rath corruption case a landmark?

Prague Post |
1 June 2012

Some view prosecution as a turning point, but past failures linger.

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